// newcastle united  /  one place for all the interviews, quotes, news, blogs
 
 
guardian
rafael benitez quotes - transfer rumours - all news sources - top news sources - blogs - interviews
Guardian - Sun Nov 5 7:56 PM
Your weekend roundup of the best photography from England’s top flight • Follow us on Instagram for more great sports photography Continue reading
Guardian - Sat Nov 4 5:33 PM
The soundtrack of boos which greeted the final whistle signalled a significant opportunity missed on Newcastle United’s part and a big chance seized by Bournemouth. In many ways Steve Cook’s 90th minute winner for Eddie Howe’s struggling side represented a mutual return to old habits. While Rafa...
Guardian - Sat Nov 4 8:00 AM
Brighton, Huddersfield and Newcastle seem safe in midtable but only two lots of promoted sides have stayed up together in 25 seasons of the Premier League By Martin Laurence for WhoScored? , part of the Guardian Sport Network It’s that time of the season when the table should be taking shape. Eac...
Guardian - Fri Nov 3 4:16 PM
As Amanda Staveley’s proposed take-over inches closer, Newcastle fans dream of Champions League nights. Meanwhile their team could do with beating Bournemouth. With games against Huddersfield, Swansea and Burnley on the horizon, Simon Francis, Eddie Howe’s captain, has described November as “a ma...
Guardian - Mon Oct 30 9:59 PM
Sean Dyche’s fifth anniversary present was a win Burnley barely deserved but one that takes them to the fringe of the European positions. Jeff Hendrick’s late goal secured the points against a passive Newcastle side yet in truth both sides were disappointing, as if embarrassed about how high they...
Guardian - Mon Oct 30 7:02 PM
Premier League updates from the 8pm GMT kickoff at Turf Moor Benítez keeps feet on the ground as Newcastle await takeover bid Email simon.burnton@theguardian.com or tweet @Simon_Burnton 7.02pm GMT Here are the actors in tonight’s drama: Burnley: Pope, Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Ward, Brady, Defour,...
Guardian - Mon Oct 30 8:24 AM
Arsenal need Sead Kolasinac to recover quickly; Liverpool’s search for a penalty-taker goes on; and Newcastle prepare for a ‘sliding doors’ moment Next Sunday, Manchester City host Arsenal at 1.30pm and Manchester United play Chelsea at 4pm; it really is amazing just how often the fixture list th...